| By Maria Cruz

Enigma

A labyrinth with shapes

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“Out of this world and enigmatic” – this was the motto that gave rise to the history of Enigma, in Barcelona, ​​Spain. Chef Albert Adrià wanted to create a concept that reflected his gastronomy and his career. And his desires were soon turned into reality. 2017 Pritzker Prize winners RCR Arquitectes have designed his idea and, together with the help of Neolith® by TheSize, manufacturer and designer of Sintered Stone, have transformed the space into an immersive environment that enthrals any guest. The entire interior reflects the chef’s passion for cuisine. RCR, in collaboration with the architect Pau Llimona, designed a watercolour painting the size of two A3 sheet, which has then been applied to the floors, walls, toilets, countertops, cabinets and air extraction systems. In all the work there is an exact colour combination, where their intensity matched the other materials and the décor. Together they have created this new organic space full of curves and narrow corridors.

 

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